Among the vast space of the world of books, there are plenty of options to choose from, which can enhance your feelings and emotions. Whether you like to design and print custom banners with inspirational quotes and hang them on your wall or draw your inspiration from words, your mood can be affected greatly. A few books are meant to learn new things and develop a great field of knowledge. But the most special of them all are the books which connect with your soul and remain as a part of your life forever. These six books have been reader’s favorites for enhancing their vision and developing new perspectives in their lives. If you need books which help you to find your true self, instead of mentoring you to become a better person, then this list is for you.
The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho
The book was first published in 1988 in Portuguese, which tells a tale about a young shepherd boy who travels in the path of self-discovery. He is in search of a worldly treasure which leads him through an epic adventure. The journey helps him to find his own path by following his heart.
The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron
First published in 1992, this book is a self-help book on creativity which takes the reader on a spiritual, artistic journey. It is an involving book with tasks at the end of each chapter to test what you have learned. The book has a deep yet simple approach in explaining how easy it is to follow our true self with a quick awakening.
Life Of Pi
Written by Yann Martel, this book tells the tale of Pi Patel, son of a zookeeper who has the knowledge of the psychology of all animals. In a disastrous shipwreck, he manages to get away on a lifeboat but with a tiger, an orangutan, a hyena, and a wounded zebra. It is a tale of survival of the lives on the boat which speaks for itself about the value of life.
The Road Less Traveled by M. Scott Peck
Published in 1978, this book is a combination of psychology and spirituality. It speaks about the inner wisdom and consciousness of the human mind. Concepts of discipline and love among the four stages of human spiritual development are very well explained in a non-fictitious manner.
The History Of Love by Nicole Kraus
It is an interestingly written book which tells the story of Leo Gursky and his love Alma, who have an adventurous journey across the oceans through the years. It develops the feeling of true connection which is far more superior than materialistic love. It was first published in 2005 and has a very modern world inside it.
Conversations with God by Neil Donald Walsch
First published in 1995, the book is a trilogy under the name Conversations with God: An Uncommon Dialogue. It is a captivating series which speaks about the interesting conversations between the author and a spiritual entity which he calls God. The book does not speak of religion and is a completely spiritual book on education, love and politics.